Common Sports and Health Programme (R63)

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What You Will Learn

Passionate about sports and health but can’t quite decide which area suits you best? Join the Common Sports and Health Programme (CSHP) and experience the various sports and health disciplines offered by the School of Sports, Health and Leisure (SHL).

Conducted during the first semester in the first year of study, you will embark on a journey to explore holistic health and wellness management with sports elements. You will also learn how to customise health and physical activities that cater to people at different stages of life. Through the CSHP, you will be introduced to a variety of career options from the sports and health industry, guiding you to make an informed decision on the field that matches your interest and passion.

Towards the end of Semester 1, you will be able to select your preferred diploma specialisation from any of the following SHL’s diploma to continue with your studies.

In the first semester, you will take the following modules:

   

From the second semester onwards, students will study the modules that are allocated to a specific diploma from the School of Sports, Health and Leisure (SHL).

GCE O-level

Aggregate Type* Range of Net ELR2B2 for 2021 JAE  Minimum Entry Requirements/Grade
ELR2B2-C -

Subject

a) English Language/1 - 7
b) Mathematics (Elementary/Additional)/1 - 6
c) Any one of the following subjects/1 - 6 
  • Biology
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemistry
  • Combined Science
  • Design & Technology
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Electronics / Fundamentals of Electronics
  • Physics / Engineering Science
  • Science (Chemistry, Biology)
  • Science (Physics, Biology)
  • Science (Physics, Chemistry) / Physical Science

*Note:

Students admitted to the Common Sports and Health Programme (R63) must ensure that they satisfy the requirements of the respective diplomas before they can be streamed to the respective courses. Students opting to stream into the Diploma in Outdoor & Adventure Learning (R33) must fulfil the minimum entry requirements for the diploma, which include meeting the subject specific grades and the required aggregate score. 

Nitec/Higher Nitec

Minimum net GPA Relevant Qualifications
Nitec ≥ 3.5
  • NT55 (Fitness Training)
  • NT58 (Applied Food Science)
  • NT69 (Community Care & Social Services)
Higher Nitec ≥ 2.0
  • BS81 (Business Studies (Early Childhood Education))
  • BS89 (Business Studies (Sports Management) / Sports Management)
  • BS93 (Community Sport & Recreation Management)
  • IT62 (Paramedic & Emergency Care)
  • IT79 (Elder Care)

GCE A-Level

Minimum Entry Requirements
  • Obtain an A-S grade for General Paper (English Medium),
  • Obtain an A-E grade for 2 other H2 subjects, AND
  • Must have taken GCE 'A' Level examinations whilst studying in a Junior College / Millennia Institute in Singapore

Note:

For more details on admission using Singapore Cambridge GCE A-levels qualifications, please refer to our webpage at www.rp.edu.sg.

Note:

Admission to RP is based on academic merit and subjected to available vacancies of our diploma programmes. Meeting the minimum entry requirements does not guarantee that applicants will be offered a placement in the diploma programme. These requirements are set in place to ensure fairness to all applicants.

Further Studies

Upon completion of the Common Sports and Health Programme, you will have a better understanding of all the diploma programmes available at SHL and be able to make an informed decision on a programme that best suits your interests.

Last updated on 15 Jun 2021

Important Dates

Joint Admissions Exercise
(JAE)

Intake for AY2021 has closed

Polytechnic Foundation Programme Admissions Exercise (PFPAE)

Intake for AY2021 has closed

Direct Admissions Exercise
(DAE)

January 2021 – April 2021

Early Admissions Exercise
(EAE)

Application Dates for Intake AY2022:

  • O-Level Students: 24 - 30 June 2021
  • ITE Students: 10 - 16 June 2021
  • Working Adults: 7 June - 4 July 2021